Dropbox and Adobe Creative Cloud Integrations
Dropbox Transfer for Adobe Creative Cloud
Our latest integration, Dropbox Transfer for Adobe Creative Cloud, simplifies file delivery and streamlines the way creative professionals deliver final projects. Available now with Photoshop, with more apps coming soon, you can easily and securely deliver final files to clients and vendors right from the Creative Cloud apps you use to create them.
- Easily share your work. Easily and securely deliver final files to clients and vendors right from Photoshop—even if they don’t have a Dropbox account. Send up to 100 GB of files in each transfer, depending on your Dropbox plan.
- Share securely. Send low resolution file formats (JPG, GIF, PNG) to prevent unwanted edits to source files. Set link expirations to encourage downloads and control access with password protection. Confirm and track delivery with download notifications.
- Customize transfers. Customize the logo and background shown on your transfer download pages to provide your clients with a branded experience.
Get Dropbox Transfer for Creative Cloud on the Adobe App Exchange Marketplace
Creative Cloud Previews in Dropbox
Dropbox integrates with Adobe Creative Cloud, letting users preview Photoshop, Illustrator, and XD prototype files in Dropbox and Dropbox Paper.
- Share and preview Photoshop, Illustrator, and XD files from Dropbox. No matter their role on the team, your collaborators will be able to see a preview of your designs across Dropbox and Dropbox Paper on web, Android and iOS.
- Share, edit, and preview files from Dropbox natively in Adobe Premiere Rush. Speed up your editing and post content to your social channels faster, whether you’re working on mobile, tablet, or desktop.
Dropbox and Adobe Document Cloud Integrations
Dropbox and Adobe Document Cloud integrations give you the tools and files you need, when and where you need them. With Adobe Acrobat DC, it’s easy to access and work with PDFs stored in Dropbox, and then, with the help of Adobe Sign, send them for signature right from Dropbox.
Seamlessly connect your Acrobat files to Dropbox by opening PDFs using Acrobat Pro directly from Dropbox, make changes to the file, and then save your work back to Dropbox. Using the Dropbox and Adobe Acrobat integration, you can:
- Seamlessly update your documents. Access, edit, sign, and save your PDFs stored in Dropbox.
- Securely share your work. Share folders with variable permissions throughout the collaborative review process so colleagues have the right level of access to modify documents.
- Make changes to your files on the go. With Acrobat Reader mobile for iOS and Android, you can highlight or annotate text from your mobile device and all changes will be automatically saved in Dropbox.
- Make document reviews painless. Sharing PDFs and gathering comments is as simple as sending an email — but with far more control, tracking, and no messy attachments. Recipients get an email with a link to the PDF. They just click to open, edit, sign, and save changes to your PDFs from inside Dropbox.
Get the Adobe Acrobat and Dropbox Integration on the Dropbox App Center
Use Adobe Sign to manage the entire digital signature process directly from a document or form within Dropbox. With Dropbox Extensions, users can use Send for Signature with Adobe Sign directly from Dropbox to:
- Collect signatures in minutes. Send documents to be e-signed directly from Dropbox using Adobe Sign. Recipients can sign in seconds on any device, no downloads required.
- Simplify the experience with Adobe Sensei. Only Adobe Sign and Adobe Sensei simplify the authoring experience of e-signatures thanks to AI and machine learning that automatically recognizes where signatures are needed and places them for you.
- Automatically track signature workflows. Final, signed copies are automatically saved back to Dropbox while Adobe Sign keeps track of the entire signature process with an enforceable audit trail.
Get the Adobe Sign and Dropbox Integration on the Dropbox App Center.
Get the Adobe Sign and Dropbox Integration on the Dropbox App Center